Differences Between 2016 and 2017 Volkswagen Beetle
Volkswagen may offer a lot of great models, but when people think of VW, one of the first cars they likely think of is the iconic Beetle. As we enter the 2017 model year, drivers will need to know the differences between the 2016 and 2017 Volkswagen Beetle. Thankfully, we have all the information you need to know.
The Beetle remains largely unchanged for 2017 compared to the 2016 model year. You’ll still find the same features you love, but with some exterior design upgrades. All 1.8T Beetle models for 2017 have more aggressive-looking bumpers that are reminiscent of the 2.0T Beetle R-Line trims from 2016.
Though the regular Beetle coupe and Beetle convertible models don’t change a whole lot, there are some noteworthy additions to the lineup. Believe it or not, shopping for a Beetle is now even more fun.
2017 Limited Edition Pink VW Beetle
Volkswagen has revealed a new Beetle model known as the #PinkBeetle. The #PinkBeetle is limited edition, so if you’re someone who has been waiting to be able to get this iconic car in pink, now could be your chance.
The model will be offered in a Fresh Fuchsia Metallic paint color with contrasting black door mirrors and black running boards. Inside you’ll find many of the same features you love, but with pink accents and Pink club cloth seats similar to the Clark plaid seats in the Golf GTI.
2017 Beetle Classic Features and Specs
In addition, Volkswagen is bringing back the Beetle Classic model. If you’re looking for a flash from the past when getting a new VW Bug, then this is the way to do it.
In addition to the same features found in the 2016 model year, like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and a touchscreen infotainment screen, the model features 17-inch “Circle” aluminum-alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, leather-wrapped shift knob and a handbrake lever. The model will also be available in some exciting colors we can’t wait to see: Pure White, Deep Black Pearl, Dark Bronze, Platinum Gray, Bottle Green and Silk Blue.
Lastly, although not exactly new for 2017, this is the first full model year for the rugged, off road-looking Beetle Dune. The model is finally available as a convertible as well. As you can see, although the differences between the 2016 and 2017 Volkswagen Beetle are limited mostly to redesigned bumpers, there are now even more models available to you to enhance your VW experience. To learn more, be sure to contact us at Neftin Volkswagen.